NCSC chief Ciaran Martin will leave his post in the summer of 2020
The possibility of cyber attack by threat groups acting on behalf of the Iranian government has dramatically increased following US actions in Iraq
It's been almost a full twelve months since the AIOps player launched its channel programme and it is looking to build on that over the course of 2020
Besides supporting cloud-native software development, DevOps’ biggest gains lie in legacy systems, says Puppet’s field CTO
New mobility-as-a-service projects are gaining traction in major cities across Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden
The first of a series of reports by Synergy Research Group into how enterprise IT spending habits have changed over the course of the past decade reveal datacentre hardware and software investment "stagnation"
A machine equipped with precise positioning technology carried out, in a few hours, road marking work that usually takes a week
Xerox believes it now has what it takes to push the deal through, but one of its main investors has been accused of insider dealing
Cyber criminals are demanding payment to decrypt Travelex’s computer files after a devastating malware attack. New questions have been raised about the security of Travelex’s computer network after it emerged the company waited eight months to patch vulnerable VPN servers
Harsh times predicted for voice services over the next five years as revenues are expected to nearly halve, but operators stand to be partially offset by nascent 5G-based offers
Training is a high priority for technical talent, but training budgets rise and fall with the labor market, according to data from the Society for Information Management.
Successful 5G VoNR calls sees tech companies declare an important step towards the commercial use of 5G voice experiences
Just a few executive changes to concentrate on the first full week back to work of 2020
Glowing future for global connected industry over the next three years as adoption of LPWA technologies such as NB-IoT and LoRa grows quickly
A number of cybersecurity startups earned tens of millions of dollars in venture capital investments last year. Here are five such vendors poised to emerge and grow in 2020.
A security firm said a Citrix ADC and Citrix Gateway vulnerability could affect more than 80,000 companies. Immediate action was recommended, but the holidays might have complicated things.
The Trump administration's move to limit export of AI-based geospatial imaging software extends U.S. restrictions on technology that foreign countries could use to develop weapons systems.
Asia-Pacific is proving to be a magnet for entrepreneurial activity from AI firms, though the escalating US-China trade tensions have put one firm in a tough situation
One man’s blog in Sweden turned into a healthcare app to support cancer sufferers and is now expanding globally
As new working methods and increased remote working make effective meetings more challenging, Klaxoon offers a new collaboration system
ESET has quizzed CIOs and found that many are struggling to trust those that supply them security tools and services
Metropolitan Police Service signs Leidos to renew command and control setup under a 10-year programme
Acquisition is set to make Accenture a global leader in managed cyber security services
Leading MENA telco makes key move in transforming its network to software-based solution hub and introduces a collaboration suite to aid small businesses in the region with digital transformation journey
The service will start by publishing route and timetable data and will evolve to provide fare and real-time location data in 2021
Government honours pledge to embark on a review of its plans to extend the IR35 off-payroll rules to the private sector that will focus on ensuring the changes are introduced in a “smooth” way in April 2020
New policy closes some loopholes around misinformation, but seems to leave others wide open
China’s national radio and TV network operator becomes fourth company to offer 5G services in the country, serving the cities of Beijing, Guangzhou, Shanghai and Shenzhen
Threat actors appear to be exploiting vulnerable Pulse Secure VPN servers to hit enterprises with ransomware attacks, even though a patch has been available since April 2019.
Potential good times set to roll for telecoms industry in 2020, with SD-WAN first deployments of 5G, but NB-IoT needs to gain traction to stay relevant, says research
Scale Computing aims to scale to micro-sized hyper-converged with a lightweight operating system it claims its competitors can’t match for edge and remote location deployments
Deal has been struck in a move by Wavenet to increase the expertise it can offer around Teams
Alaska Airlines' e-commerce division will chart a course for hands-off IT ops and a sharper focus on strategic SRE duties through AIOps tools.
Accenture agreed to acquire Symantec's Cyber Security Services business from Broadcom, less than six months after Broadcom acquired Symantec's enterprise business.
While the Post Office has suffered financial and reputational damage after losing its court battle with subpostmasters, the supplier of the IT system at the centre of the dispute has major PR challenges ahead
Check Point uncovered serious vulnerabilities in the TikTok video-sharing app that left users exposed
Australia and New Zealand have seen a four-fold increase in the amount of data moving from on-premise environments to the top public clouds, survey finds
The organisers of the first major show of the year have predicted some of the technologies that will dominate the decade
Food delivery firm has increased the number of technology staff it wants in its Edinburgh hub
New research from IBM finds that 2020 is the year when executives want to deploy real-world artificial intelligence applications
Chip giant hits the road with new platform to address the complexity of autonomous driving and advanced driver-assistance systems while forging partnership with company specialising in helping launch in-vehicle infotainment systems, telematics and digital clusters to automakers
Regulator says proposals to upgrade UK broadband infrastructure will transform the business case for national full-fibre investment in towns, cities and villages
Over 50% of UK citizens believe the gathering and use of personal data should be subject to more stringent government oversight, according to Fujitsu
Oracle Cloud Infrastructure isn't just about IaaS, but all levels of the cloud. That's the message Oracle SVP Steve Daheb gave in this Q&A, along with the IT giant's 2020 plans.
The roulette wheels are certainly spinning in Las Vegas, with chipmakers vying for attention to show off their latest hardware innovations
Vendor is giving partners the option to take a number of options out to retailers that want automated and easy connectivity
Study suggests small businesses could be losing out on two and a half working weeks a year from employees because of unreliable internet connections and technology issues
Telecoms risk information and advice service signs up as latest partner member in not-for-profit industry body that brings together the international carrier ecosystem to enable and accelerate transformation
As the initiative reaches its 10th anniversary, City Hall wants data to be a key tool in tackling the capital's challenges and outlines future opportunities
New turnkey network solutions give retail chains and franchises ability to automate set-up and management of network connectivity with large scale
Lenovo has released a tabletop video calling device for Microsoft Teams designed for home offices, personal desks and the smallest meeting rooms.
Cybersecurity experts weigh in on the risks of potential nation-state cyberattacks from Iran following a DHS warning and heightened tensions between the country and the U.S.
The latest update of the Aruba SD-Branch includes intrusion detection and prevention software built into the product's gateway appliance.
Veeam is under new ownership. Insight Partners acquired the data protection company for an undisclosed sum. With the acquisition comes a modified leadership team.
ExxonMobil hopes quantum computing will enable it to model processes at the atomic scale – something that cannot be achieved today
Edge computing, the internet of things and contact centre services are some of the key growth areas for Amazon Web Services in Australia
Operator for UK’s first full-fibre city looks to spread full-fibre reach to surrounding areas with network that is said to have produced estimated cumulative economic impact of more than £469m
After a year away from his role at Exclusive Networks, Barrie Desmond has returned to the distributor alongside three other hires to add muscle to the channel player’s executive team.
Young people in Britain are unprepared to manage their finances when they leave home and, as a result, many run into serious problems
Security consultants claim their software platform will address a pressing need for an effective and efficient means of complying with data protection rules
Gigabit network operator ITS plans to use latest funding to move into several new areas across the UK to build full-fibre networks which will pass at least 200,000 premises
Firm will move base to US and expand operations after being acquired by Insight Partners
Talend named Christal Bemont its new CEO on Thursday after Mike Tuchen stepped down after six years in the role. Bemont comes to Talend following 15 years at SAP Concur.
Local venture capitalists in Sweden do not fear the arrival of international players
Threat actors are exploiting a PowerShell-based backdoor called PowerTrick to go after high-value targets, warns SentinelLabs
First steps on the legislative journey for UK government to make good on election commitments to bring full fibre across the UK
5G’s network success more or less guaranteed, but same can’t be said for 5G smartphones in short term as study finds only 30-40% of those in major markets such as the US, Europe and Australia likely to result in upgrade, while over 50% likely to do so in China
GraphQL vs. REST: That is the question as teams tackle microservices architecture design, and at Pantheon, the choice came with both business boons and technical debt.
Finnish comms giant reveals huge strides in 5G essential technology deployment around the world
Enhanced data management across clouds is a common theme for storage vendors heading into 2020. Vendors also plan to boost AI and predictive analytics to storage hardware.
Jeremy Quin is the seventh minister to be responsible for the digital service since Francis Maude's departure in 2015
As consumers become more receptive to in-store technology, introducing automation to improve the retail experience could increase footfall, says Capgemini
Dixons Carphone receives maximum possible pre-GDPR fine from the ICO following a 2018 data breach
Perficient, Quisitive and Ahead hit the acquisition trail early in 2020, purchasing vertical expertise, software development skills, tech platform experience and geographic reach.
Sodinokibi cyber gangsters have threatened to sell Travelex customers’ private data on a Russian underground cyber crime forum if it fails to pay a $6m ransom
After a decade of dominating the public cloud market and influencing cloud security, AWS is faced with new challenges stemming from old problems and increasing competition.
GDPR compliance has put many marketing, sales, e-commerce and customer service teams somewhat in line with the California Consumer Privacy Act. There are some differences, however.
The Home Office’s position as one of the central government’s biggest cloud spenders shows no signs of slipping, as details emerge of four-year contract with Amazon Web Services
Aiming to boost its plans to make truly autonomous networks a reality, Japanese operator Rakuten opens a new lab in collaboration with Queen’s University Belfast to develop edge computing hub
The boss of Facebook has outlined some of the changes he sees coming in the 2020s and has put AR up there as the platform for the future
Although Xerox sees major synergies between the pair and the ability to cross-sell, HP Inc has turned down Xerox’s latest offer to buy the company
Initiative designed to offer schools, residents and businesses a fibre framework that will support existing and future digital services
Distributor is looking to gain more flexibility and focus by splitting away from the customer experience specialist Concentrix
In the final despatch from Synergy Research Group's look back at the IT trends that shaped the past decade, Microsoft emerges as the tech firm that managed to grow its enterprise revenue share the most throughout the 2010s
SNP government admits failing to meet ambitious target to roll out broadband of at least 30Mbps to all Scottish homes and businesses by 2021
Cradlepoint Netcloud has new analytics that help companies avoid the cost of exceeding the limits of their data plans for wireless links on the vendor's SD-WAN.
The group of subpostmasters that defeated the Post Office in court over a faulty IT system are calling for the government to pay the costs of the legal action
The recent developments between the United States and Iran should put healthcare CIOs on notice. U.S. critical infrastructure including healthcare could be in the crosshairs of Iran cyberattackers.
IBM literally doubled down on its commitment to quantum computing with the addition of 60 more high-profile IBM Q Network members and news that it has doubled its Quantum Volume metric to 32.
Analyst Ovum believes that healthy rivalry between brand manufacturers and multiple modem sources will likely provide a spur to drive down retail price of 5G-compatible products
Small-time cyber criminal jailed for his role in a cyber attack on lottery operator Camelot that netted him just £5
Forbes has moved its publishing operations to Google Cloud for continued growth, better audience engagement and streamlined operations. Forbes Chief Digital Officer Salah Zalatimo explains why.
Despite hype and new device announcements, experts expect 5G will take time to catch on in the enterprise. The tech has potential, but not all the necessary factors are in place.
New release of multi-model database platform from ArangoDB introduces OneShard feature, along with other query optimization capabilities to help improve overall performance.
Microsoft Teams is getting a smartphone walkie-talkie app. The feature is expected to launch in private preview by mid-2020.
Scans for vulnerable Citrix servers were discovered by security researchers following the disclosure of a remote code execution flaw in Citrix ADC and Gateway products.
With the ability to update on a nearly constant basis, Microsoft's Power BI remains a strong analytics product despite not necessarily being at the forefront of innovation.
Kioxia's NAND flash production will not be affected by fire this week at its fabrication facility in Yokkaichi, Japan, company says; analysts expect no impact to supply, prices.
HR departments have a broad role to help protect their firms from Iranian cyberattacks. The security efforts include helping with continuous training and rethinking how to protect employee records.
Elastic Path's headless approach to e-commerce takes a step in the SaaS direction as it acquires Moltin, which specializes in microservices to enable online sales.
Dell Technologies said its channel partners are realizing the benefits of cross-selling from its portfolio of products and strategically aligned businesses; other news from the week.
With its acquisition of Novayre Solutions SL, Appian brings robotic process automation (RPA) to its customer base of enterprise low-code app developers.